Rolling Stones - Goats Head Soup Deluxe Edition

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  1. btltez

    btltez Forum Resident

    Just the Dick Cavett special but only interviews were Mick J and Bill W, no Keith etc
     
  2. Hiraeth

    Hiraeth Forum Resident

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    Mick with Jimmy Miller during the recording of GHS

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  3. btltez

    btltez Forum Resident

    Not sure why you think that? He has played with many, many other musicians, on stage and off.
     
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  4. Lord Hawthorne

    Lord Hawthorne Currently Untitled

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    Was her name really Lillian Roxon? I thought it sounded too much like a pen name (Lillian rocks on).
     
  5. John Fell

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    From a bootleg I have.
     
  6. John Fell

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    The Rolling Stones on Jamaica
     
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    The Rolling Stones in Jamaica
     
  8. btltez

    btltez Forum Resident

    Best one out there! I play it all the time.
     
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  9. Jack

    Jack Senior Member

    Where are these from?
     
  10. John Fell

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    @Jack A Japanese magazine if I'm not mistaken.
     
  11. Jack

    Jack Senior Member

    Do you own?
     
  12. John Fell

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    no
     
  13. vudicus

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    That is correct.
    There’s still plenty of releasable material from that era left in the can and I hope they do release the rumoured deluxe edition at some point.
    Some tracks would need overdubs, but there is finished stuff too, like the brilliant “Let’s go steady” cover from 79.

    I guess they see a deluxe Tattoo You set as something that would sell more than say an Emotional Rescue or Black and Blue one.
    I’d personally love to see a deluxe set for each album, but that seems unlikely.
     
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  14. John Fell

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    Tattoo You was a better seller than either Black and Blue or Emotional Rescue probably due to Start Me Up and Waiting On A Friend.
     
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  15. Carl80

    Carl80 Forum Resident

    Imagine a deluxe set for each album , there would be no room left in the house for anything else.
     
  16. MHP

    MHP Lover of Rock ‘n Roll

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    Since we now have Sticky, Exile and Some Girls, with Goats coming, the next logical choices are either Black And Blue or It’s Only Rock ‘N Roll.
     
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  17. John Fell

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    The next logical choice is Tattoo You which outsold all of those. We are not sure what is in the vaults but there is a scarcity of available bootleg outtakes from the It's Only Rock 'N' Roll album. A Tattoo You deluxe edition could serve either as an outlet for the best outtakes left or a place to release a complete show from the 1981 tour. Using the RIAA figures from Wikipedia:

    Tattoo You = 4 x Platinum
    It's Only Rock 'N' Roll = Platinum
    Black and Blue = Platinum
    Emotional Rescue + 2 x Platinum
     
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  18. chickendinna

    chickendinna Homegrown’s All Right With Me

    Without a doubt. Tattoo You will more than likely be next. The question is when? I would think the rumored album of new material would follow GHS.
     
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  19. vudicus

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    I could live with that. :edthumbs:
     
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  20. MPLRecords

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    I would slam down hundreds of dollars for the biggest Emotional Rescue boxset possible, without hesitation.
     
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  21. Hiraeth

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    More pics of the Goats Head Soup sessions.

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  22. Hiraeth

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  23. MHP

    MHP Lover of Rock ‘n Roll

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    The next logical choice after Sticky Fingers were also claimed to be Tattoo You.
    Now we get GHS.
    I don’t believe it. Since it consists of outtakes from the start, I’ll bet it’s the LAST logical choice, since they obviously want to plunder the archives for the individual 70’s albums. Tattoo You makes no sense, though I would welcome it at some point.
     
  24. Dean R

    Dean R Forum Resident

    I don't think that it's as logical as that.
    The first three were chosen as the biggest sellers / most acclaimed.
    Who knows what's driving the choice of GHS.
    What I think we do know if these are only done when contractually obligated - their 2008 contract demanded 3 and that is what we got.
    No one seems to know what is obligated under their new deal.
    Just glad we are getting more
     
  25. John Fell

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    There are plenty of alternate takes for a Black and Blue Deluxe Edition without even releasing any new songs. Remember all the studio outtakes on the Sticky Fingers Deluxe Edition were just alternate takes. They could possibly even go that route with Tattoo You as well and just release earlier versions of all the songs with less overdubbing.
     
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